SailMiLight

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Control your MiLight (or compatible) RGBW led light bulb via a connected WiFi receiver bridge (v4).

Should work with the following brands of RGBW light bulbs:

  • MiLight
  • LimitlessLED
  • AppLightAppLamp
  • LEDme
  • dekolight
  • iLight
  • EasyBulb

Main screen inspired by https://github.com/modulebaan/harbour-rgbwifi
Full API documentation can be found here: http://www.limitlessled.com/dev/

Pairing must have been completed before using this app.

Uses the python-milight library.

The settingspage offers the option to scan for an already configured wifi bridge. The bulbs themselves cannot return their current state. The second page offers various default light effects.

Source code on github.

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Application versions: 
AttachmentSizeDate
harbour-sailmilight-0.1-0.i486.rpm125.54 KB08/02/2017 - 00:57
harbour-sailmilight-0.1-0.armv7hl.rpm124.11 KB08/02/2017 - 00:57
harbour-sailmilight-0.1-1.armv7hl.rpm172.23 KB11/02/2017 - 14:26
harbour-sailmilight-0.1-1.i486.rpm173.67 KB11/02/2017 - 14:26
harbour-sailmilight-0.2-0.armv7hl.rpm175.61 KB14/02/2017 - 00:47
harbour-sailmilight-0.2-0.i486.rpm177.13 KB14/02/2017 - 00:47
harbour-sailmilight-0.2-1.armv7hl.rpm175.59 KB16/02/2017 - 20:44
harbour-sailmilight-0.2-1.i486.rpm177.15 KB16/02/2017 - 20:44
harbour-sailmilight-0.3-0.armv7hl.rpm184.33 KB10/08/2017 - 20:20
harbour-sailmilight-0.3-0.i486.rpm185.82 KB10/08/2017 - 20:20
harbour-sailmilight-0.3-1.i486.rpm185.79 KB10/08/2017 - 21:04
harbour-sailmilight-0.3-1.armv7hl.rpm184.29 KB10/08/2017 - 21:04
Changelog: 

0.3.1 French updated

0.3.0

  • Added night mode (moonlight)
  • Pulley menu available from effectspage

0.2.1 Small fix in French translation

0.2.0

  • French translation (thanks Quent-in) and Dutch added (ade)
  • Wordwrap on effectspage when needed
  • removed some obsolete files

0.1.1 Changed icon

0.1.0 Initial release

Comments

Caluna's picture

Hi, the app looks great, but how can I connect to an already configured WiFi control box? I tried to enter the IP of the device (given by the router), but the app says that the device cannot be detected under this IP.

ade's picture

So the devices are already paired and you are using a WiFi receiver bridge v4? That's good, because that is a precondition.
It could be that port 48899 is blocked for discovery by some firewall. If you just enter the correct IP and use the right port number, does that work?

Caluna's picture

Hi Ade

Thank ypu for the quick response. Yes the devices are already paired with the controler/bridge.

Maybe, but how do I find the correct port number? What I tried so far: I looked in the settings of the router for the IP of the bridge and entered this into the app. I did not change the port so far. But default settings of the port is 8899 - should it be 48899?

ade's picture

Looked it up foy you, by entering the IP of your bridge in a browser, you can go to settings. Via Other settings you can see the Port ID.

ade's picture

48899 is only for discovery purposes. The default port in v4 is 8899. They changed that in more recent version.

Don't know how to find the active portnumber of the top of my head.

minitreintje's picture

I'm happy to see that people use my code :)

 

 

cvp's picture

very nice app. can you add support for Hyperion?

ade's picture

Looks like we are talking about ambilight like led stripes here. I am afraid the products are functional and technical too distinct to easily combine, sorry.